2000 journal article
Ensemble Monte Carlo study of channel quantization in a 25-nm n-MOSFET
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 47(10), 1864–1872.
By: S. Williams n, K. Kim n & W. Holton n
NMR quantum computation with indirectly coupled gates
Physical Review A, 62(2).
By: D. Collins n, K. Kim n, W. Holton n, H. Sierzputowska-Gracz n & E. Stejskal n
Overview of semiconductor devices
In Y. Nishi & R. Doering (Eds.), Handbook of semiconductor manufacturing technology. New York: Marcel Dekker.
By: W. Holten, J. Hauser, K. Kim & W. Lynch
Ed(s): . Y. Nishi & R. Doering
Scalable solid-state quantum computer based on quantum dot pillar structures
Physical Review B, 61(11), 7526–7535.
By: G. Sanders n, K. Kim n & W. Holton n
1999 journal article
Analysis of hot-electron reliability and device performance in 80-nm double-gate SOI n-MOSFET's
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 46(8), 1760–1767.
By: S. Williams n, K. Kim n, M. Littlejohn n & W. Holton n
Optically driven quantum-dot quantum computer
Physical Review A, 60(5), 4146–4149.
Quantum computing with complex instruction sets
Physical Review A, 59(2), 1098–1101.
1998 journal article
A new device design methodology for manufacturability
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 45(3), 634–642.
By: J. Lu n, W. Holton n, J. Fenner n, S. Williams n, K. Kim n, A. Hartford n, D. Chen n, K. Roze n, M. Littlejohn n
Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm as a test of quantum computation
Physical Review A, 58(3), R1633–R1636.
By: D. Collins n, K. Kim n & W. Holton n
Scaling trends for device performance and reliability in channel-engineered n-MOSFETs
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 45(1), 254–260.
By: S. Williams n, R. Hulfachor*, K. Kim*, M. Littlejohn* & W. Holton*
Temperature dependence of impact ionization coefficients in p-Si
Journal of Applied Physics, 83(9), 4988–4990.
By: K. Roze n, N. Bannov n, K. Kim n, W. Holton n & M. Littlejohn n
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